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A cracking album

I have loved this band since their first lp ordinary man, A fantastic long awaited follow up, Saw them live in Paris absolutely fantastic viva la day one

Wot The Funk?

Accidentally came across this group after hearing Bad Before Good on Skins (Ser 2, Ep 2). It's an excellently funky album with a bit of 'real' music involved. Would certainly recommend. If you like Bad Before Good then you should enjoy the complete album.

loved

I heard 'bad before good' on E4's Skins series 2 and fell in love with it, since hearing the samples of the other songs i have fallen in love. I must say i don't usually write reveiws but tahts how good these are, good enough for a few minutes of my day. Kudos to these guys. Leanne

Biography

Formed: Bristol, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Bristol-based electronic/rock group Day One consists of vocalist Phelim Byrne and multi-instrumentalist Donni Hardwidge. The duo began collaborating in the mid-'90s, blending the storytelling traditions of hip-hop and British folk along with a slew of musical influences, including jazz and classic rock. Day One's experiments coalesced into a three-song demo, a copy of which made its way to Massive Attack's 3D; soon after, Day One were signed to Melankolic, the pioneering trip-hop group's boutique...
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